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KNEC Updated Examiner Payment Rates by Subject for the KCSE

KNEC Updated Examiner Payment Rates by Subject for the KCSE

Payment Rates for KCSE Examiners by Subject have been updated by KNEC. The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams are given by teachers who work for the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC).

For the national exams, contractors will be needed for center managers (principals and head teachers), supervisors, invigilators, examiners, and security personnel.

Due to the distinctive features of each course and exam, the cost of marking students’ scripts differs from subject to subject. Occasionally, different papers within a subject are paid differently depending on the script.

Our media organization satisfies the requirements that state a Christian Religious Education (CRE) examiner receives a daily co-ordination fee of Kes. 150.00, a base price of Kes. 1,100.00, a script fee of Kes. 55 per script, as well as transportation costs based on the work station.

The cost of marking, which includes but is not limited to marking scripts, putting grades on mark sheets, cross-checking, adjudication, and report writing, is included in the script price.

Taxes are applied to payments made to KCSE examiners employed by KNEC pursuant to a contract in accordance with the PAYE regulations and standards.

If total payments made to the examiners exceed KES 24,000, an extra 5% withholding tax will be applied. Therefore, only those who earn this sum will be subject to taxation.

KNEC New Examiner Payment Rates by Subject for the KCSE

Written English Paper III examiners receive the maximum reward of Sh77 every script, while those of the written Biology Papers 1, 2, and 3 receive Sh52 each script.

Examiners are paid Sh52 to grade the first through third Chemistry papers, while academics are paid Sh60 to grade the first through third Physics papers.

Christian Religious Education (CRE) tutors are paid Sh55 each script to mark the Paper 1 and Paper 2 CRE scripts. Examiners for history and government receive Sh55 per script.

Each Computer Paper 1 script costs Sh54, and teachers are compensated with Sh65 for grading them.

One of the courses that pays more per script is Kiswahili Paper 3, where each examiner receives Sh69 for each paper they mark.

The highest-paid invigilator took home Sh9,860, while the highest-paid supervisor earned a total of Sh12,510.

A daily sustaining allowance of Sh500 is given to center managers for the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams for a total of 4 days (including the rehearsal day).

Secondary school heads receive Sh500 every day for 18 days.

The contracted invigilators should receive payment in full within the month of September 2023.

KNEC Updated Examiner Payment Rates by Subject for the KCSE

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